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Coral Noonan-Terry, interim NISOD director
EVENT: 34th Annual International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, hosted by the College of Education’s National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development Conference WHEN: May 27-30 WHERE: Austin Convention Center, 500 E. Cesar Chavez St. BACKGROUND: The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development is the outreach...Read More >>

Kalamazoo Valley Community College president Marilyn Schlack
The part-time faculty members at Kalamazoo Valley Community College have officially formed their own collective bargaining unit with the American Federation of Teachers Michigan. The Michigan Employment Relations Commission (MERC) counted the ballot votes on Thursday, resulting in a 162-38 vote by part-timers to be represented by the KVCC Federation of Teachers....Read More >>

Jefferson Community College president Carole McCoy
A retired Jefferson Community College administrator has filed a federal age discrimination lawsuit against the school, claiming she was forced from her job before she was ready to leave. Gail W. Miller, 68, Chaumont, the school’s former director of college outreach, filed suit Tuesday in U.S. District Court, Syracuse, against the college, its board of trustees,...Read More >>

City Colleges of Chicago chancellor Cheryl Hyman
City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor Cheryl L. Hyman honored seven professors as the 2011-2012 Distinguished Faculty Members for their teaching excellence and service to students. Faculty members were recognized during the commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 12. City Colleges’ record graduation included 3,300 students this year, up 800 students from 2011 and...Read More >>

Walters State Community College president Wade McCamey
Walters State Community College invites prospective instructors to attend the 2012 Adjunct Faculty Recruitment Fair 5-7:30 p.m. May 29, in the Dr. Jack E. Campbell College Center on the Morristown campus. Deans and department heads will be on hand to meet applicants, discuss teaching requirements and review applications. “We’re looking for adjunct faculty...Read More >>

Stan Carrizosa becomes president of College of the Sequoias in July
While chief executive pay at public colleges and universities has risen in recent years despite sweeping cuts, trustees argue the pay is needed to retain and attract the most qualified applicants. Last week, the College of the Sequoias Board of Trustees approved the $225,000 annual salary of Stan Carrizosa who will take over the position as the...Read More >>

Edison State College board chairwoman Ann Berlam
Unlike his predecessor, Edison State College’s next president will receive a base salary comparable to leaders at other similarly sized community colleges. The new president’s base salary will range from $211,080 to $316,620, according to an 8-0 vote by the school’s board of trustees Tuesday. Edison, which hopes to choose from four presidential finalists...Read More >>

NACCE board chairman Ron Thomas
The National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE), the nation’s leading organization focused on promoting entrepreneurship through community colleges, has announced the addition of three new members to its board of directors. The new board members are: Cris Valdez, president of Edison Community College in Piqua, OH; Edwin Massey, president...Read More >>

Napa Valley College President Edna Baehre-Kolovani
The Napa Valley College Board of Trustees accepted a recommendation Wednesday to search for an external candidate to serve as interim college president. Current president Edna Baehre-Kolovani is leaving the college this summer to serve as president of Tidewater Community College in Maryland. Her resignation is effective July 15. A special subcommittee —...Read More >>

San Diego Community College District chancellor Constance Carroll
Presidents at community colleges throughout San Diego County said Wednesday they will do all they can in lobbying for a proposed tax hike on the November ballot, defining their efforts as "a call to action" to save education in the state. "We will be fierce advocates for student access, for student equity, for student affordability, and we're going to do that...Read More >>

Hostos Community College president Felix Matos Rodriguez
The vibrant Puerto Rican Day Parade will return to Fifth Ave. next month with the president of Hostos Community College leading the festivities. Felix Matos Rodriguez was named grand marshal of the parade Tuesday to complement this year’s theme, which celebrates Puerto Ricans and their higher education achievements. “It’s really an honor bestowed on the...Read More >>

Salt Lake Community College president Cynthia Bioteau
Students at Salt Lake Community College are protesting the proposed elimination of the school's popular cosmetology program. The Revolutionary Student Union, a student group with a campus chapter, is sponsoring a rally Wednesday at the SLCC Redwood Road campus hoping to send a message to the board of trustees and president of the college that the program should...Read More >>

Consultant John Hicks of Academic Search, Inc.
Seven sitting presidents, a retired president and a vice president will interview next week for the top post at Edison State College. A search committee on Tuesday selected nine semifinalists, which hail from seven states in four time zones, from a pool of 40 applicants. “We have very diverse backgrounds as far as where they’ve been and the kinds of...Read More >>

Southeastern Community College president Beverly Simone retires this summer
At a meeting Thursday, the Southeastern Community College Board of Trustees took a major step in the process of finding a replacement for SCC President Beverly Simone, who is retiring this summer. The trustees unanimously voted to hire Paul Greufe of P.J. Greufe and Associates, a Davenport consulting firm, as the company to help the trustees find a suitable...Read More >>

Erma Johnson Hadley appointed to AACC board of directors
The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) announces the election of 10 new members for its 32-member board of directors. The board determines policy for the association and oversees its work on behalf of the nation's close to 1,200 community, junior and technical colleges. The selection of new board members injects new energy into the association's...Read More >>

Glendale Community College president Dawn Lindsday leaves in July
Glendale Community College trustees on Wednesday began the job of finding a permanent successor to outgoing President/Supt. Dawn Lindsay, deciding to hire an interim replacement while the search is carried out. College Board of Trustees President Armine Hacopian said that she has not set a date for naming the interim replacement, but added that she wants it to...Read More >>

Bergen Community College trustee Cid Wilson
The board of trustees at Bergen Community College unanimously granted voting status to their alumni member Tuesday, following months of pressure from a student-led campaign for the move. Chairman E. Carter Corriston's announcement that the measure before the board was met enthusiastically by students who had come out wearing T-shirts reading "Educate and empower...Read More >>

Mesa Community College president Shouan Pan
After searching for a new home since it was forced out of space in 2010, Mesa Community College has moved its culinary studies program to a sister school, Scottsdale Community College. Beginning this fall, some 200 MCC culinary students will transition to SCC. Since 2010, the program has been meeting at Dobson High School after getting the boot from the East...Read More >>

Community College of Allegheny County president Alex Johnson
Pennsylvania’s community college leaders said today that the 14 colleges are ready to meet the challenges set forth in a new report and are already implementing many of the recommendations the report proposed to strengthen the community college system and student success. The report, “Reclaiming the American Dream: A Report from the 21st-Century Commission...Read More >>

As constrained budgets and course cuts have made it harder for many students to get the classes they need, the California Community Colleges are taking further steps toward rationing course offerings and focusing resources on students who are pursuing degrees, certificates, transfer or career goals. As constrained budgets and course cuts have made it harder for...Read More >>

The community college is being asked to save America. But like a small-town fire department straining to contain a big-city blaze, community colleges aren't equipped to handle the huge job thrust on them, many experts say. Many millennials - a diverse demographic of 18-to-34-year-olds who make up the largest share of community-college students in the Delaware...Read More >>

AACC president Walter Bumphus
The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) released a report this week that calls for dramatic changes to America's community colleges to ensure U.S. competitiveness. The report outlines seven specific recommendations for reforming the country's community college system in its new report, Reclaiming the American Dream: A Report from the 21st-Century...Read More >>

California community college system chief Jack Scott
The head of California's community college system on Wednesday asked Santa Monica College to put on hold a controversial plan to offer higher-priced courses this summer while the legality of the program is determined. Chancellor Jack Scott said he made the request in a call to college President Chui L. Tsang during which he also expressed concern about a student...Read More >>

About 100 students protesting a plan to offer high-priced courses at Santa Monica College this summer tried to storm into a meeting of the college's Board of Trustees on Tuesday evening. A handful of protesters suffered minor injuries as campus police tried to prevent dozens of chanting students from disrupting the meeting during a public comment period. Several...Read More >>

Three wind turbines that power the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system at Cloud County Community College's Concordia campus are casting shadows that are too long. At 110 feet, the windmills on a hill south of the campus have been deemed too tall by the Federal Aviation Administration. The chance of losing $1 million in federal grants has prompted the...Read More >>

As students walked to their next classes at Hudson Valley Community College Wednesday afternoon, their President happily considered how he'll spend new state funding for their education. "It will go towards faculty, it will help us particularly in the classroom that's where a large majority of our budgets go," said Drew Matonak, HVCC President. State Lawmakers...Read More >>

Adjunct professors at Bergen Community College have unionized, joining peers at nine other county colleges statewide. Organizers said Tuesday that these part-time teachers sought collective bargaining rights to get better raises, more pay with experience, sick pay, paid professional development and timely notification when classes are canceled due to low...Read More >>

About 100 community college students, teachers and administrators gathered at the state Capitol on Tuesday to ask Mississippi legislators for more money to meet the needs of a student population that has grown as the economy has struggled. Wearing green t-shirts that played off the “Survivor” TV show logo, students enrolled in some of the state’s 15...Read More >>

The Los Angeles Community College District on Wednesday named a veteran construction manager to oversee its $6-billion campus rebuilding program, which has been criticized for poor planning, questionable spending and lax oversight. The Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve the appointment of James D. O’Reilly as executive director of facilities planning...Read More >>

Monday was the first day of classes following spring break at the Community College of Philadelphia. Monday night, faculty and staff of CCP met and decided not to strike for now. After more than a year of increasingly tense contract negotiations, the situation has come to a head at CCP. Last month, the college's administration extended what it called its final...Read More >>

Community colleges could improve their graduation rates by helping students avoid unplanned pregnancies. That's the thinking behind a campaign to encourage faculty members to incorporate material about pregnancy planning into academic courses. The project makes its point with edgy material, which is surprising because it's led by the American Association of...Read More >>

The Wayne County Community College District will hold an 18-week intensive training session to produce software engineers, something the school says is a first in the United States. WCCCD has partnered with Infosys, a global IT consultancy which has performed similar "boot camps" in India, training more than 14,000 entry-level software engineers. Infosys chose...Read More >>

Pellissippi State Community College has completed its purchase of the former Philips Consumer Electronics building, which will serve as the school's new Strawberry Plains campus this fall, college officials said today. Pellissippi State purchased the 223,000-square-foot building for $10 million thanks to a state program that funded capital projects for community...Read More >>

Bristol Community College students, faculty and administration rallied Wednesday against Gov. Deval Patrick's plan to overhaul the state’s community college system, saying it would make BCC’s mission too narrow and take control away from local trustees. Students and others from the college — about 40 in all — planned to travel to the Statehouse in Boston...Read More >>

It's official -- Solano Community College will no longer have football or aquatics teams. On Wednesday night, SCC governing board members voted 4-2 to end the programs. Trustees Phil McCaffrey and Denis Honeychurch were the only dissenters. Following nearly three hours of impassioned testimony by students, staff and community members, trustees made their final...Read More >>

For the second time in less than three years, the Alabama community college system will be looking for a new leader. The Alabama Board of Education voted 7-to-2 Wednesday to accept the resignation of Freida Hill, chancellor of the state's two-year college system. There was no public discussion before the vote, but the board spent more than an hour behind closed...Read More >>

Constance Carroll, chancellor of the San Diego Community College District, has been selected chairwoman of the League for Innovation in the Community College’s governing board. The League for Innovation was founded in 1968 as an international organization dedicated to improving and transforming community colleges through experimentation.Read More >>

Jack Scott, a veteran and popular educator who has headed the state's community college system during a period of brutal budget cuts and was often a voice decrying the impact on students, announced Tuesday that he will retire as chancellor overseeing the 112 campuses. Scott, 78, became chancellor of the nation's largest community college system in January 2009...Read More >>

Modesto Junior College Vice President for Instruction Karen Walters Dunlap has left the school, just a month after MJC was put on probation after its accreditation review and less than three months after she was named one of three finalists for the president's position. Walters Dunlap had been on requested paid administrative leave since Feb. 21, and last Friday...Read More >>

Alabama Postsecondary Chancellor Freida Hill says she has no plans to resign her position as head of the state's system of two-year colleges. She said the rumors started after the State Board of Education on Thursday voted to hold a special meeting on March 7 to discuss Hill's performance as chancellor including "possible termination" of her contract. Hill said...Read More >>

More cuts could soon be coming to local community colleges including Citrus College, Mt. San Antonio College and Rio Hondo College. Due to an unexpected decrease in revenue, the California Community Colleges system must cut an additional $149 million from its budget this fiscal year, Chancellor Jack Scott announced this week. The cut is necessary because of an...Read More >>

Fitzpatrick Manufacturing Co. is a high-tech job shop, crafting super-precise parts for machines used in everything from robotics to aerospace to oil exploration. Macomb Community College lies a few miles down the road in this Detroit suburb. Sometimes it’s hard to tell where one ends and the other begins. Fitzpatrick’s 93 employees are constantly in and...Read More >>

Community College of Philadelphia on Friday unveiled what it called its best and final offer to the union representing its teachers and staffers who have been working under their previous contract since August. The president of the Faculty and Staff Federation of Community College of Philadelphia said the union was considering how to respond and disagreed with...Read More >>

Now in his third year at Yuba College, a year he once hoped to spend in Chico or Davis, Robert Bond said every student he knows has struggled to get the classes they need. "My first semester here, no math classes were open, so I couldn't get a math class," Bond, 20, lamented on the Yuba campus quad, decked in a sweat shirt and shorts on an unseasonably warm...Read More >>

College of DuPage President Robert Breuder asked local lawmakers Friday to work to change state law to allow dorms at the the Glen Ellyn community college campus. During a breakfast meeting with legislators, Breuder said it would be easy to find at least 300 students at the junior college who would move into student housing if it existed. He said many students now...Read More >>

Students who have had trouble juggling community-college classes with work and family obligations might get some relief soon. Chancellor Jim Petro has asked the state’s public two-year schools to consider scheduling some classes as a block, in which they are offered back-to-back at a set time. Students could take classes from 8 a.m. to noon Monday through...Read More >>

Culinary students at Montgomery County Community College will soon have a permanent home. When the Culinary Arts Institute opens, planned for December, all facets of the curriculum will be concentrated at the two-story facility located in the Towamencin Town Square. That’s according to Katina Faulk, the administrative assistant for the business and computer...Read More >>

The state’s new formula for allocating money to community colleges doesn’t do enough to compensate schools for students who don’t complete courses, the head of Louisiana’s community college system said Tuesday in Houma. Joe May, president of the Louisiana Community and Technical College system, spoke to a lunch meeting of the South Central Industrial...Read More >>

Amid a statewide nursing shortage, hundreds of qualified applicants for nursing degrees are not being admitted to programs in Mississippi because the colleges can't meet the demand. Community colleges face the most severe admissions limitations. At East Central Community College in Decatur, for example, 485 qualified applicants submitted bids for this fall's...Read More >>

Just after she started working for an ambulance company in this suburban enclave east of Los Angeles, Cierra Nelson came to admire the quick decision making and street smarts of the nurses she met on runs to local hospitals. She soon opted to pursue a nursing degree, settling on a low-cost, two-year program at a nearby community college that has an excellent job...Read More >>

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